Keshubhai wants to contest Gujarat Assembly polls
Ahmedabad: Taking further his political battle against Chief Minister Narendra Modi, dissident BJP leader Keshubhai Patel has expressed his willingness to contest upcoming Assembly elections in the state.
"To remove the present government from power, if needed, I will," former Chief Minister Keshubhai said when asked whether he would contest the Assembly elections.
Since 2001, when he was ousted from the post of Chief Minister and replaced by Narendra Modi, Keshubhai has never contested any Assembly election.
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